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It stirs up mixed feelings to lament that boys are "falling behind" in high school and college - since it can give short shrift to the tremendous progress made by females in academic pursuits in recent decades. Comment?
Parents are celebrating after the Department for Education formally backed plans for a free school to be built in East Finchley. Comment?
BUKIT MERTAJAM, May 21 - Penang police chief Datuk Abdul Rahim Hanafi has urged the Education Ministry to set up Police Cadet Corps in all secondary schools in the state. Comment?
Delegates in the General Assembly Hall at the opening of the twelfth session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Comment?
It's one thing to say tech geniuses don't need degrees. After all, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg all dropped out of college. Comment?
APART from encouraging the parents to enroll their children early, the Department of Education is also encouraging the parents and the whole community to participate in the Brigada Eskwela which will start today, Monday. Comment?
By DAVE HANNEMAN sTAFF WRITER It started with the legs. A stumble here. A misstep there. Comment?
Effective this June, at least 260 private schools in the National Capital Region will be implementing an increase in their tuition and other fees, the Department of Education said on Tuesday. Comment?
WITH the beginning of the second term hardly a week away, the fate of nearly 13,000 schoolchildren in Kasese hangs in balance following the destruction of school facilities by the recent floods. Comment?
After her school experience took its own twists and turns, 35-year-old Sandy Lemmink, a University of Cincinnati senior majoring in early childhood education, is finally achieving her dreams. Comment?
Police say third-grade teacher Michael Howey made sure he had extracurricular activities for girls -- specifically arts and crafts, during recess for a choice group of students who made his "cutiest girl list." Howey, 47, who now faces dozens of charges related to inappropriate behavior with his students, sent the other girls and the boys to the ... (more) Comment?
Verona High School students will exhibit their creative endeavors from this year's curricular and extracurricular activities on Wednesday, May 22 from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. The evening will begin at 7:30 p.m. in the front lobby with instrumental and vocal performances by VHS band and choral students. Comment?
While farmers across Jamaica are hoping for rain, one family in south-west Clarendon is praying with all its might that the showers will stay away for as long as possible. Comment?
Calling all sports fanatics -- Lawrenceville Patch wants you! Are you passionate about the Atlanta Braves? A local softball league? Attend every little league game? An expert on sabermetrics? Then we want hear all about it! Part of the Patch mission is to strengthen communities and improve the lives of their residents, but we can't do it without ... (more) Comment?
ARE you interested in military tactics and important battles from the Ancient World? Do you play golf or spend your evenings baking cookies? Are you all grown up, but want to read about other people's coming of age stories? Head over to the MPH Distributors Warehouse Sale starting today to pick up titles that cover these and many other topics. Comment?
One member of the Saint Mary`s High School band is compelled to march to the beat of a different drummer. Comment?
Education minister Leighton Andrews announces new fixed penalities, coming into the force this September, which could see parents of persistent truants fined up to A 120 Parents of persistent truants will be hit with fines of up to A 120, Wales' education minister Leighton Andrews has announced. Comment?
Nothing can be more frightening to a parent than to learn that her child is gravely ill. Comment?
As we move into the summertime vacation season, Paul discusses some special considerations for being Armed on Vacation. Comment?
Headteachers of Cambridgeshire's state secondary schools earn an average of 87,000 a year - and say they are "worth every penny". The annual bill for the county's principals comes to more than 2.5 million with at least three heads on six figure sums, an investigation by the News has found. Comment?